Arab Health returns focusing on the latest technology driving the industry


Among the new features is the Smart Hospital and Interoperability Zone, which is being carried out in partnership with Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi. The zone will provide visitors with an immersive journey with live demonstrations illustrating how multiple technologies seamlessly interoperate with cutting-edge medical equipment to improve the overall patient experience.

With four demonstration rooms, including a labor, delivery and neonatal room, the zone will provide visitors with a step-by-step overview of the latest technologies used during childbirth, including electronic fetal monitoring, ultrasound, maternal/fetal blood pressure and pulse. oximetry.

An operating room, intensive care unit and emergency room will also be on display, providing a unique platform for equipment manufacturers, e-health solution providers, cybersecurity experts, artificial intelligence specialists and healthcare disruptors. digital show their solutions and products.

Cutting-edge innovations

“Arab Health 2024 will focus on showcasing cutting-edge innovations made by the healthcare industry’s most prominent players as they strive to change the future of patient care,” says Ross Williams, exhibition director at Informa Markets. “Our inaugural smart hospital and interoperability zone are a shining example of some of the technologies already used by healthcare facilities in this region and globally, and what the healthcare industry could look like in the future.”

Continuing the theme of innovation, the invitation-only Future Health Summit returns, focusing on reverse aging and longevity. At the event, pioneers in the field and world-leading longevity researchers will gather at Dubai’s Museum of the Future to discuss groundbreaking advances in reverse aging and longevity following growing fascination in recent years with the prospect of harnessing research cutting-edge technology to slow or even reverse the aging process, ultimately aiming to improve well-being and prolong human longevity.

One of the key speakers at the event is Shaista Asif, Group CEO of PureHealth, the largest healthcare platform in the Middle East and Arab Health National Healthcare Champion. Asif will delve into the fascinating realm of longevity science, revealing innovative strategies aimed at ensuring people live longer, healthier lives.

Other features of Arab Health 2024 include the Transformation Zone, which will consist of a series of expert talks addressing topics such as nanomedicine, artificial intelligence and robotics, a variety of product exhibitions, as well as the popular Innov8 competition, in which will see 24 health tech startups from around the world pitch innovative concepts and innovative ideas in a bid to be crowned winners on day three.

cre8 competition

Also debuting at the expo is the inaugural Cre8 competition, which will be aimed at the next generation of healthcare professionals. The one-day event challenges participating students in the UAE to conceptualise, innovate and come up with a solution to a genuine health problem, all within the confines of an imaginary budget of Dh100,000. Open to all universities and schools in the UAE, the competition aims to promote innovation, inspire entrepreneurship and address healthcare challenges head-on.

The Start-Up Zone will have an exclusive platform for SMEs to showcase their latest innovations in the healthcare sector. This year it will have an international scope with the participation of companies from the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, India, Hong Kong, Germany, the Netherlands and Norway.

CME conferences

The Arab Health Congress will feature ten continuing medical education (CME) conferences covering everything from infection control to emergency medicine and diabetes to public health. The conference will host more than 165 sessions delivered by 330 speakers for 3,600 conference delegates.

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This year, the congress has officially announced a partnership with the Dubai Health Authority (DHA) as part of the Public Health Conference and will explore the latest advances in healthcare and thought leadership in public and population health.

An expanded version of the Arab Health Village also returns, providing visitors with a space to network in a more relaxed atmosphere and is open during the days of the show and into the evening, with a variety of food and drink options available.

Arab Health 2024 is supported by various government entities, including the UAE Ministry of Health and Prevention, the Government of Dubai, the DHA, the Department of Health and the Dubai City Health Authority.


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